They serve warm pizza, by the slice. NOT hot, just above room temp. I took 2 bites, cut my losses, then left it on the street.
5. Pizza Time
My fiance and I recently moved to Seatac, WA and we got curious, one evening, about this little pizza place down the road from us called Pizza Time.…
TOP 10 WORST VEGAN FOOD EVER.RUDE OWNER/MANAGER WITH POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE AND UNRESPONSIVE TO MY CONCERNSThe food here was unappetizing, offensive and distasteful.The dinner salad only, was great.The house special salad was iceberg lettuce, (the cheapest, least nutritious and tasteless lettuce) chopped so fine, it really looked like it was ready to be called a dip. Surely, there was even less nutritional value and complete loss of crunch. The color was almost white. Folks, it was inedible; Next, the eggplant Parmesan, only modified into vegan by the vegan cheese, which was fine. the eggplant slice was half a centimeter thin, with coating, crisp as potato chips. It mainly tasted of stale oil and salt. The tomato sauce tasted as if it was canned tomato puree with no visible or tasteful herbs or spices. It was sour. The meatballs tasted disgusting.When I saw the entree salad was double my ability, I requested a take out container. After tasting it, I left both halfs on the table, minus a couple of bites. nobody at the table was interested in sharing it. It really looked like a mud pie kind of food that a child would make.Not wanting to make a scene out of my love for my family, I held onto the check. I called the owner, Emir (spl?), expressing my concerns 8/25/17 and requesting a full refund. This man was using several illogical arguments, trying to reflect the blame on my party. After disengaging with the hopeless phone conversation with him, he called, repeating his excuses. Then he angrily stated that he wasn't going to provide the $74.87 the meal cost. $19 for each Eggplant Parmesan and pasta carbonara, $17 for Pasta and meatballs and $13 for the salad (as an entree). Nothing else was consumed. We were 4 adults. Think of a place by far below diner food quality and think about these prices.I am just now noticing that my beloved partner left no tip, which is unheard of.This place is a disaster for the spread of veganism.Please shared widely.
The best keep secret in town. We stopped in and found this place off I 5 on 45 street. The sause here is homemade daily and is the best i ever had in Seattle. Their slices are generous and a great deal in this over priced town. The service was great. The atmosphere is a hype indie local at its best. Not over trying.But amazingly fabulous.Our pue was realy fast, hot, yummy and unforgettable. Family run by smiley red haired baker.
This is a place for takeout. Easy to order. Lots of pizzas on the menu. Try the Gourmet Vegetarian. Excellent.
My only experience with their pizza is take out when visiting in Seattle. You can order anything! On your pizza. It's very good.
This is one of my favorite places to get pizza. Service was good, and the restaurant had a nice seats outside on the patio.The Caesar Salad was really good!
Sunday dinner. Homemade pasta special was so rich and tasty. Accordion accompanying as live music was amazing.
After what i heard about this place im never gonna eat their again. The place is covered in it.
best east coast pizza in Seattle wA
This is where good my family loves it